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I do hope that, if separate heads are supplied, the figures are made with an easily glued plastic.
I hope the accessory heads have long necks, so you can push them into the torso. And especially important, attach the heads to the sprew by the neck. This keeps the hats perfectly shaped. Do not attach the heads to the sprew by the hats/kepis. This will make it terribly difficult to maintain the integrity of the hat's original shape.
Pin on the bottom of the head.
Pin fits into a hole in the torso.
Head attaches to the sprue by the pin.
No glue necessary, if possible, to hold on the head.
At least 50% more heads than needed.
Heads in a variety of headgear, bare headed, Black heads, naval caps, and etc.
Thanks for asking.
Mike Bunkermeister Creek
Bunker Talk blog
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None of them, thank you.
I have no need nor interest in ACW Armies of any kind and feel a big need to put you and your interests down.
S**t Talk blog
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Navy caps would be perfect for the Confederate marine battalion during the Appomattox campaign. But I'm not sure HaT plan to make new heads, I suspect they go with what they have but I hope I'm mistaken..
As long as no sideways moulded faces with mouldlines running through the face of the soldiers are present, I'm fine with either option.
Separate, for all the reasons listed here, provided
- they can be used plug & play Swoppet style, or are in an easily glued plastic (all plastics glue is expensive)
- right size
- choice of heads / more heads than bodies
- no mould lines running through the face
Thanks for asking!
Not sure if it's allowed, it probably isn't but "that other company" has released images of their ACW marching..